GPB is partnering with Bright By Text, a service that provides free childhood...
We turn the spotlight on incredible items with Asian and Pacific Islands origins including a Hawaiian Kou bowl, a Gandhi presentation spinning wheel and more. Now streaming on GPB.org.
Summer break is officially here! With the unknowns surrounding typical summer activities and experiences, we are sharing DIY crafts that kids can do at home.
High school sports activities will resume in Georgia June 8th.
The news is changing fast and GPB is here for you every step of the way. The most important and reliable funding for the programs that matter to you comes from you. Please do your part during this critical time.
As we say farewell to the year (and the decade), here’s a look back at some of our favorite moments from 2019.
Initiative leverages evidence-based program to empower educators to promote healthy choices among youth
To help your child better understand the weather and help them cope with weather challenges, we’ve gathered resources, activities, games, and more for you and your family to explore.
Regardless of teaching experience or content knowledge, any teacher can integrate coding into their classrooms with these resources.
New kids show aims to give children ages 4 to 7 the tools to solve problems by thinking and acting like scientists and igniting their natural curiosity and empathy.
National Association of Economic Educators presents GPB personal finance game with coveted Gold Award.
Lesson plans, activity suggestions, interactives and video clips based on Ken Burns’s documentaries are now available in a hub for free to 6-12th grade GA educators
‘Ignite Innovation Student Challenge’ invites students to use computational thinking to create digital solutions to real world problems.
It is no secret that graphic novels have been creeping into the social studies curriculum. Possibly the most famous is Maus, about the experiences of a Holocaust survivor. But more and more books are being created and...
The animated series, Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum, will feature historical heroes starting November 11.
Gobble up these free lesson plans, activities, and more!
Engaging exploration delves into the complexities of slavery and freedom in antebellum Savannah through the lens of the Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters